denny
https://www.experimentalbrew.com/podcast/episode-59-yeast-mysteries-sui-generis

In our ongoing efforts to try and learn everything - and fail miserably - we revisit Denny's question from Episode 58 about dried lager strains labelled like ale strains. After much listener input, Drew sits down with Bryan Heit of Sui Generis Brewing to get the current scientific picture on yeast genetics. It turns out science makes for really complicated answers! Plus, we talk retirement, rough times for craft brewers, charity and how lasers are making better beer before digging into your questions. Finally, we close out with Denny's favorite new cooking show!
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Fermented Culture

Bryan's a cool guy, learnt a lot online from him. It's funny I was going write a post about the lager cerevisiae fermentis weirdness years ago, glad he could answer some of it. It's still weird calling w34/70 cerevisiae since they would have had to get it from weihenstephaner's hefebank which would call it pastorianus.

For what it's worth all mangrove jacks yeast are cerevisiae.

De Clerk separated the yeast strains from a bottle of McEwan's and chose one which had a good fermentation profile btw.

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denny
Glad ya liked it and thanks for the info!
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AdrianDBW
Fermented Culture wrote:

De Clerk separated the yeast strains from a bottle of McEwan's and chose one which had a good fermentation profile btw.



This was actually a really surprising factoid from this podcast!
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Fermented Culture
http://www.beerhunter.com/documents/19133-000020.html
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